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family. teammates and fans left asking one question, why? a week after the kansas city chiefs jovan belcher killed the mother of his baby and killed himself, a fiery car crash leaves one player dead and another accused of driving drunk he was released one day after the mercedes he was driving flipped over and his teammate was killed. police officers on the scene said they thought alcohol was a contributing factor. the cowboys played the bengals on saturday afternoon and won. this is the head coach jason garrett on espn after the game. >> josh and jerry were really close. they were best friends. they spent an immense amount of time together, and they were close. >> joining me now is jerry brown's mother and his grandmother. welcome both to you. first, let me offer you my deepest condolences on this devastating loss to you and your family. it's every mother's nightmare, stacey. how are you bearing up with it? >> my faith. knowing that jerry's in good hands now with god and the strong faith that i have, knowing that i'll see him again one day. >> how did you hear the news? >> the polic
. >> you don't think? >> at best a 50-50 and rural or semirural component and people in a city that's a b-sized city and out west where they have access to rural countrysides and shooting and guns and hunting and that kind of thing is part of the culture but look at a map of the united states and look at the density of the united states. most of it's still on the east coast and a lot of people i know on the east coast, cities, don't want to own guns but people should be able to own them. we should not infringe on that bloomberg's hand picked successor. i resent that to some degree and that he needs to control the city hall and gracie mansion and overturned a voter-approved referendum with term limits for two terms. quinn killed the voter referendum at bloomberg's behest and gave him a third term. and i was very, very upset about that. and i just don't think that quinn is trustworthy. i think she's a very, very -- she's a nice person. i met her. but in terms of political aspirations, she is a very untrustworthy person and self serving. >> your grazed knuckle. i want to take a short break a
that in certain cities. >> here's my point to you, mark. it's a straightforward one, really. if you are wrong, then the implications for the planet are utterly catastrophic. in other words, if you and the climate change -- well, let me finish. if the anti-climate change brigade win the argument and nothing is done because you convince people nothing needs to be done and you're wrong, then in 100, 200 years, we'll have caused devastation for the planet that will then be irretrievable. if however you are right in what you say and this is unnecessary and overreaction and so on, what you're seeing is a bit of economic hardship in the short term to deal with what may not be as big a problem as you think it is. >> why? because every proposal ever done including the united nations kyoto protocol would not impact the temperatures assuming you buy into their science. >> we're not talking about the temperature. >> we're talking about a climate bill in the united states. president obama was telling people it will keep the planet four or five degrees cooler for our grandchildren. if you actually do -- >>
or semirural component and people in a city that's a b-sized city and out west where they have access to rural countrysides and shooting and guns and hunting and that kind of thing is part of the culture but look at a map of the united states and look at the density of the united states. most of it's still on the east coast and a lot of people i know on the east coast, cities, don't want to own guns but people should be able to own them. we should not infringe on that right. we need to make the rules for having one more stringent i think. >> last time we spoke you were flirting with the idea of possibly running for mayor of new york. are you still flirting with it? >> no. because to do so i mean i was convinced and people told me, although it was something i would love to have done, truly, you would have to take a year and a half of your life and do nothing but raise money and i'm doing the tv show and other commitments but i'm very interested in what the post bloomberg new york will look like. >> who would you like to see, of the names -- >> probably bill deblazio. >> why? >> i start by looki
that live in a city that's a bee sides city out west where they have access to rural country sides and shooting and guns and hunting is part of the culture. look at a map of the united states and look at the density of the united states, most of it is still on the east coast. a lot of people i know on the east coast don't want to own guns. i think people should be able to own them. we should not i thinfringe on t right. we need to make the rules more stringent. >> last time we spoke you were flirting with the idea of running for the mayor of new york. are you still flirting with it? >> no i was convinced and people told me, you'd have to take a year and a half of your life to do nothing but raise money. i didn't have time because i'm doing the tv show now. i'm very interested in what the post bloomberg look like. i start with looking at the over candidates who have good qualities. the thing that concerns me most is about quinn. i've been very outspoken about quinn. she's a lovely person but she is bloomberg's hand picked successor. i resent that he feels needs to control the fate o
more. i'm happy. ♪ >> for 20 years in a neighborhood in mexico city upstairs from the shop, the boxing gym has accommodated hundreds of fighters. the wear and tear makes repairs occasionally necessary. today the staff works intently to fix a broken mount before the champion and residents begins his work out. marquez has been immersed in heavy training since mid october. and alison two weeks away from white knight, the boxer says preparations to take on manny pacquiao have been ongoing since their last meeting. 4 s >> it is the 62 automatic time of the trainer will be in his corner for a fight. he remains focused on the work still to be done. >> even at the age of 39, marquez says his commitment to preparation is more complete than ever. >> the fighter and his camp are no stranger to camries. for this bout, there has been a change in policy. when it is time, total access is revoked. >> afterwards he finishes the work out by testing out the newly reconstructed speed bag. more screws appear to be needed. an hour later there is an intriguing apologue as market as well known for alternative
city about how to resolve things relating to money in america. i want you tree to sort it out. ♪ well, it's that time of year again. you know, picture-taking season. and with photo stream, you can share all the photos you want, with just the people you want. it's as easy as pie. mmmm .. pie. >>> i'm in the hearing room in the senate committee on foreign relations. the triumvirate of john mccain, joe lieberman and lidsy graham. welcome back to all three of you. you said you just got re-elected, this is to president obama, how about doing something big that is not liberal? how about doing something big that is really is bipartisan? every big idea he has is a liberal idea that drowns us in debt. how about manning up here, mr. president and use your mandate to bring this country together to stop us from becoming greece. >> yes. >> man up, barack obama. strong words. >> he has a chance to be an historic president. what makes us greece? it's not because the tax code is at 35% versus 39.6. what's going to make this country greece, like every other western nation, retiring at 10,000 a day in
who have said look, $250,000 is not a rich man, but it is not a rich person in new york city or loss ang. and the rates, which they want to go from 35 to 39.6%. maybe you are going to have to raise the threshold to get a deal. maybe you are not going to be able to go all the way. maybe you can only go to 37 or 38%. >> this is negotiation. >> i had newt gingrichon last night and i remember both of them telling me, they threw them out of the room. they can't shake hands at a party. and in many ways i blame the republicans for not coming up with a real deal not recognizing what the voters did. but i also think that obama has been very, very poor applying the personal charm and chemistry dragging people off to champ david and we don't know whether or not that has worked. the republicans did feel offended by president's last offer. they felt that it was outrageous. it was double what they saw last year. and it wanted to have congress lose it's role in terms of increasing the debt ceiling. none of that is probably going to happen. i think it is a good point. if you go back and look. i work
in lincoln, nebraska. but it's not a rich man in new york city or los angeles. and therefore, the rates, the tax rates, which they want to go from 35% to 39.6%, maybe you're going to have to raise the threshold to $500,000, $600,000. maybe you're not going all the way to 39.6%. maybe you go to 37%. >> this is negotiation, isn't it? >> yes. >> i had newt gingrich last night. he almost shut down the government as the speaker, with bill clinton. but the second term, they did get stuff done. both of them used to them me, they used to throw everybody out of the room, and get it done. what worries me about the boehner/obama relationship, it seems like it's almost nonexistent. they can't even shake hands at a party, for goodness sake. >> and in many ways, i blame the republicans for not coming up with a real deal, not recognizing what the voters did. at the same time, i think obama has been very, very poor at applying the personal charm and chemistry that the president can. dragging people off to camp david. and we don't know whether or not that would work. but he hasn't tried it. and when a g
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to the people in the city i love and the state i love. you and i both know this because you have done some great shows on this. we live in a country that has so much work to do. we still live in a country where men and women are denied equal citizenship rights because of who they decide to love. we live in a country where we have an abject failure in war on drugs that is costing taxpayers billions and billions of dollars and locking up more people than any country on earth. we still haven't faced up to immigration policy. we still have poverty, people working full-time jobs, still below the poverty line. there is an urgency to address one simple test. when a child stands up in oakland, california and a child stands up in a more affluent area and they say those five words, liberty and justice for all, we are still in a country that's working to make that more perfect union that makes those words real. we all should feel like we should be thinking what can i do in my life to best serve that ideal. >> booker for president any time? >> president of the new jersey "star trek" association? >> of the u
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